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Buying and owning a property in Bulgaria is associated with paying relevant taxes just like when buying a property in the UK or any other country.
In recent years, Cyprus has become a popular place for the acquisition of holiday houses. This increase in demand is attributed to many factors: Cyprus' inherent beauties and attractive climate, low cost of living, hospitality of local population, low tax jurisdiction. Property booming had a particular effect at seaside locations, such as Ayia Napa, Protaras, Paphos, Limassol and Larnaca.
You know the conferences where the movers and shakers in your industry meet to stay abreast of current events in the legal industry. Getting a seat on the podium will strengthen your position as a leading attorney in your field. It is never too early to start your quest for speaking engagements. Major annual events book their speakers a minimum of 6 to 12 months in advance. The sooner you get named as a speaker, the more publicity you will generate through advance promotion.
International adoptions in the Dominican Republic are governed by Law #136-03. All adoptions must be done through an official Dominican government entity called CONANI (“Consejo Nacional para la Nińez y la Adolescencia” - National Council for Children and Adolescents). Private adoptions are not possible under the Law. All children are assigned to the adopting parents by CONANI.
It is a matter of public policy in many countries that only their courts have the power to grant a divorce to their residents. A divorce obtained in a foreign jurisdiction would therefore be considered invalid. This principle is sometimes not considered applicable, however, in cases when both parties agree to the divorce.
Foreigners wishing to live or work permanently in the Dominican Republic are required to obtain residency status. Obtaining permanent residency in the Dominican Republic is a three-step process:
The most common business entity in the Dominican Republic is the corporation, locally called “Sociedad Anónima” (S.A.) or “Compańía por Acciones” (C. por A.). As corporations in other countries, Dominican corporations are legal persons which exist independently of its shareholders. Likewise, the liability of the shareholders is limited to the amount of their contribution to the corporation.
Labor relationships in the Dominican Republic are governed by Law No. 16-92 of May 29, 1992, commonly known as the Labor Code, which is characterized by its strong and sometimes inflexible protection of the rights of the individual employee.
Real estate transactions in the Dominican Republic are governed by Property Registry Law No. 108-05 and its Regulations, in force since April 4, 2007. Ownership of property is documented by Certificates of Title issued by Title Registry Offices.
An introduction to energy law in Bulgaria